Amish Patel Wins Van Ness Award

Two Engineering Undergraduates Receive Goldwater Scholarships

Record Gift from Roy and Diana Vagelos to Create New Energy Science and Technology Building

Daeyeon Lee Named 2019 Penn Fellow

Infection-resistant Catheter Plan Wins Y-Prize

Three Penn Engineers Recognized as APS Fellows

Penn Engineers’ Liquid Crystal Force Fields Enable New Kind of Microrobotics

A new study, published in Nature Communications, shows how simple glass particles can be instructed to follow sophisticated trajectories, which arise from their interactions with a liquid crystalline environment. The study was led by Kathleen Stebe, Richer & Elizabeth Goodwin Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, former Stebe lab member Francesca Serra, […]

Chinedum Osjui Named APS Fellow

Chinedum Osjui, Eduardo D. Glandt Presidential Professor in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Penn, has been named a fellow of the American Physical Society (APS). His fellowship nomination was for insightful determination of the structure and functional properties of soft materials and especially the self-assembly and processing of polymers by the novel application of external […]

Deep Jariwala Wins Nanomaterials Young Investigator Award

The journal Nanomaterials has named Deep Jariwala, assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering, the winner of its annual Young Investigator awards.

Y-Prize 2018: Embodied Logic and Surface Wrinkle Printing

Each year, Engineering, Wharton and the Penn Center for Innovation come together for an invention competition known as the Y-Prize. Unlike the XPRIZE, where competitors come up with novel technologies to solve a particular problem, the Y-Prize starts with the technologies and challenges entrants to find commercial applications they are particularly suited for. At stake: $10,000 to […]

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